Senior Mediation Adviser

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  • UNOPS
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  • UNOPS profile
  • Salary: TBD
  • Closing date: 29 Jul 2022

UNOPS

Background Information – UNOPS

UNOPS supports the successful implementation of its partners’ peacebuilding, humanitarian and development projects around the world. Our mission is to serve people in need by expanding the ability of the United Nations, governments and other partners to manage projects, infrastructure and procurement in a sustainable and efficient manner.

Working in some of the world’s most challenging environments, our vision is to advance sustainable implementation practices, always satisfying or surpassing our partners’ expectations.

With over 7,000 personnel spread across 80 countries, UNOPS offers its partners the logistical, technical and management knowledge they need, wherever they need it.

A flexible structure and global reach means that we can quickly respond to our partners’ needs, while offering the benefits of economies of scale.

Informations générales – UNOPS

L’UNOPS soutient la mise en œuvre réussie de projets consolidation de la paix, humanitaires et de développement de ses partenaires dans le monde entier. La mission de l’UNOPS consiste à aider les personnes démunies en renforçant la capacité des Nations Unies, des gouvernements et de ses autres partenaires à mener leurs activités en matière d’infrastructures, d’achats et de gestion de projets de manière durable et efficace.

L’UNOPS intervient dans des contextes parmi les plus difficiles au monde et sa vision consiste à améliorer les pratiques de mise en œuvre durables dans les domaines du développement, de l’aide humanitaire et de la consolidation de la paix, tout en satisfaisant ou dépassant systématiquement les attentes de ses partenaires.

Comptant plus de 7000 membres du personnel dans plus de 80 pays, l’UNOPS apporte à ses partenaires les connaissances logistiques, techniques et de gestion dont ils ont besoin, peu importe l’endroit où ils en ont besoin.

Sa structure flexible et sa portée internationale permettent à l’organisation de répondre rapidement aux besoins de ses partenaires tout en générant des économies d’échelle.

Background Information – Development and Special Initiatives Portfolio

Based in New York, the UNOPS Development and Special Initiatives Portfolio supports diverse partners with their peacebuilding, humanitarian and development operations. The portfolio manages the operational support to the Standby Team of Senior Mediation Advisers (SBT) mechanism, along with the provision of project management and implementation services.

Informations générales – Groupe de Développement UNOPS

Basé à New York, le portefeuille développement et d’initiatives spéciales de l’UNOPS (UNOPS Development Group) soutient divers partenaires dans la réalisation de leurs opérations de consolidation de la paix, humanitaires et de développement. La division Groupe de Développement gère le soutien opérationnel l’équipe de réserve de conseillers seniors en médiation, ainsi que la fourniture de services de gestion et de mise en œuvre des projets.

Background Information – Job-specific

Established in 2008, the SBT mechanism is a service of the Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs (DPPA) situated in the Mediation Support Unit (MSU) of the Policy and Mediation Division (PMD). It is a specialized resource that can be rapidly deployed into the field on a temporary basis to provide technical advice to UN officials and other key stakeholders engaged in conflict prevention or mediation efforts. The services of the SBT mechanism are available to United Nations envoys, political and peacekeeping missions and country teams, as well as to regional organizations and partners with whom the United Nations works closely in conflict mediation and good offices world-wide.

Further information on MSU and the SBT mechanism is available on the Peacemaker website, available at http://peacemaker.un.org/mediation-support

Full-time members of the SBT mechanism must be permanently available for deployment on short notice.

Informations générales – Equipe de réserve de conseillers seniors en médiation

Créée en 2008, l’équipe de réserve de conseillers seniors en médiation (mécanisme SBT) est un service du Département des affaires politiques et de la consolidation de la paix (DPPA) administré par le l’Unité d’appui à la médiation (MSU) de la Division des politiques et de la médiation. C’est une ressource spécialisée qui peut être déployé rapidement sur le terrain à titre provisoire pour donner des conseils techniques aux missions de prévention des conflits et de médiation menée par les représentants et envoyés des Nations Unies, missions politiques spéciales, opérations de maintien de la paix, équipes de pays, et d’autres intervenants clés tels que les organisations régionales et sous-régionales partenaires.

Pour plus d’informations sur le mécanisme SBT, veuillez consulter le site web « Peacemaker » (http://peacemaker.un.org/mediation-support).

Les membres à temps plein de l’équipe de réserve de conseillers seniors en médiation doivent être disponibles en permanence pour des déploiements sur le terrain au besoin et dans de brefs délais.

Functional Responsibilities

Selected experts will work in one or more of the following areas of specialization:

  1. Design and Conduct of Mediation, Facilitation and Dialogue Processes;
  2. Security Arrangements (emphasis on ceasefires);
  3. Constitution-making;
  4. Power-sharing;
  5. Gender and Inclusion;
  6. Climate Change and Natural Resources;
  7. Transitional Justice and Reconciliation.

1. Adviser on Design and Conduct of Mediation, Facilitation and Dialogue Processes

When deployed:

  • Provide technical expertise and advice on the conduct and design of inclusive mediation, facilitation and dialogue processes to clients of the MSU, as well as to conflict parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Provide process expertise for the design, planning and management of pre-negotiation, negotiation and implementation frameworks at all levels, including national dialogue processes, subnational and local mediation efforts, and post-agreement follow-up mechanisms. This expertise should include methods and mechanisms for promoting women’s meaningful participation at all phases and levels and modalities for multi-track engagement with youth, civil society, and other Track II actors;
  • As necessary and appropriate, participate in the mediation, facilitation and dialogue process, and contribute to the drafting of the relevant sections of peace agreements;
  • As necessary, conceive, plan and manage capacity-building seminars for the mediation team, parties or other key stakeholders on inclusive and multi-track mediation, facilitation and dialogue;
  • Prepare periodic reports and relevant thematic briefings for the mediation team;
  • Prepare update reports for the MSU, as requested;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

When not deployed:

  • Provide, via telephone, online engagements, and written materials, technical expertise and advice on inclusive mediation, facilitation and dialogue to mediation teams in the field, as well as to the parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Research and coordinate lessons learned reviews of best practices in the area of expertise;
  • Research thematic and comparative briefings to support ongoing or planned mediation efforts;
  • Produce operational guidance notes and related training materials in the area of expertise;
  • Prepare and plan training sessions on area of expertise for United Nations staff;
  • Prepare reports on field deployments;
  • Contribute to MSU’s network of experts in the area of expertise;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

2. Adviser on Security Arrangements

When deployed:

  • Provide technical expertise and advice on inclusive security arrangements, particularly on ceasefire and cessation of hostilities issues, as well as disarmament, demobilization and reintegration matters and/or security sector reform to clients of the MSU as well as to conflict parties or other key stakeholders, as appropriate;
  • Provide process expertise for the design, planning and management of pre-negotiation, negotiation and implementation frameworks on security arrangements issues, including post-agreement follow-up mechanisms. This expertise should include methods and mechanisms for promoting women’s meaningful participation at all phases and levels and modalities for multi-track engagement with youth, civil society, and other Track II actors;
  • As necessary and appropriate, participate in the security-related discussions of the mediation, facilitation and dialogue process, including addressing violations against women in criminal prosecutions, truth commissions, and reparations programmes, addressing conflict-related sexual violence, and contribute to the drafting of the relevant sections of peace agreements;
  • As necessary, conceive, plan and manage capacity-building seminars for the mediation team, parties or other key stakeholders on security arrangements;
  • Prepare periodic reports and relevant thematic briefings for the United Nations team involved in mediation efforts;
  • Prepare update reports for the MSU, as requested;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

When not deployed:

  • Provide, via telephone, online engagements, and written materials, technical expertise and advice on inclusive security arrangements to the mediation team in the field, parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Research and coordinate lessons learned reviews of best practices on security arrangements issues;
  • Research thematic and comparative briefings to support ongoing or planned mediation efforts;
  • Produce operational guidance notes and related training materials on security arrangements issues;
  • Prepare and plan training sessions on area of expertise for United Nations staff;
  • Prepare reports on field deployments;
  • Contribute to MSU’s network of experts in the area of expertise;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

3. Adviser on Constitutional Issues

When deployed:

  • Provide technical expertise and advice on inclusive constitution making, constitution drafting and consultation processes to clients of the MSU, as well as to conflict parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Provide process expertise for the design, planning and management of pre-negotiation, negotiation and implementation frameworks on constitutional issues, including constitution-drafting exercises, national dialogue processes and post-agreement follow-up mechanisms. This expertise should include methods and mechanisms for promoting women’s meaningful participation at all phases and levels and modalities for multi-track engagement with youth, civil society, and other Track II actors;
  • As necessary and appropriate, participate in the mediation talks on constitutional and transitional institutional arrangements, and contribute to the drafting of the relevant sections of peace agreements, including language prohibiting gender discrimination, securing women’s representation and protection, preventing civil and customary law to discriminate, and requiring institutions to advance women’s rights;
  • As necessary, conceive, plan and manage capacity-building seminars for the mediation team, parties or other key stakeholders on constitutional and transitional institutional arrangements;
  • Prepare periodic reports and relevant thematic briefings for the United Nations team involved in constitutions-related efforts;
  • Prepare update reports for the MSU, as requested;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

When not deployed:

  • Provide, via telephone, online engagements, and written materials, technical expertise and advice on constitution making, constitution drafting and consultation processes to mediation teams in the field, the parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Research and coordinate lessons learned reviews of best practices in the area of expertise;
  • Research thematic and comparative briefings to support ongoing or planned mediation efforts;
  • Produce operational guidance notes and related training materials related to constitutions;
  • Prepare and plan training sessions on area of expertise for United Nations staff;
  • Prepare reports on field deployments;
  • Contribute to MSU’s network of experts in the area of expertise;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

4. Adviser on Power-sharing

When deployed:

  • Provide technical expertise and advice on power-sharing, regional autonomy, and federalism arrangements to clients of the MSU, as well as to conflict parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Provide process expertise for the design, planning and management of pre-negotiation, negotiation and implementation frameworks, including national dialogue processes and post-agreement follow-up mechanisms. This expertise should include methods and mechanisms for promoting women’s meaningful participation at all phases and levels and modalities for multi-track engagement with youth, civil society, and other Track II actors;
  • As necessary and appropriate, participate in the mediation talks on power-sharing issues, and contribute to the drafting of the relevant sections of peace agreements, including supporting special temporary and other measures to ensure women’s representation in politics;
  • As necessary, conceive, plan and manage capacity-building seminars for the mediation team, parties or other key stakeholders on power-sharing issues;
  • Prepare periodic reports and relevant thematic briefings for the United Nations team involved in mediation efforts;
  • Prepare update reports for the MSU, as requested;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

When not deployed:

  • Provide, via telephone, online engagements and written materials, technical expertise and advice on power-sharing, including regional autonomy and federalism arrangements, to mediation teams in the field, as well as to the parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Research and coordinate lessons learned reviews of best practices on power-sharing;
  • Research thematic and comparative briefings to support ongoing or planned mediation efforts;
  • Produce operational guidance notes and related training materials on power-sharing;
  • Prepare and plan training sessions on area of expertise for United Nations staff;
  • Prepare reports on field deployments;
  • Contribute to MSU’s network of experts in the area of expertise;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

5. Adviser on Gender and Inclusion

When deployed:

  • Provide technical expertise and advice on gender, Women, Peace & Security, and inclusion issues to clients of the MSU, as well as to conflict parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Provide process expertise for the design, planning and management of inclusive pre-negotiation, negotiation and implementation frameworks, including national dialogue processes and post-agreement follow-up mechanisms. This expertise should include methods and mechanisms for promoting women’s meaningful participation at all phases and levels and modalities for multi-track engagement with youth, civil society, and other Track II actors;
  • As necessary and appropriate, participate in the mediation, facilitation and dialogue process, and contribute to discussions of gender dimensions in the drafting of substantive aspects of peace agreements;
  • As necessary, conceive, plan and manage capacity-building seminars for the mediation team, parties or other key stakeholders on gender, Women, Peace & Security issues;
  • Prepare periodic reports and relevant thematic briefings for the United Nations team involved in mediation efforts;
  • Prepare update reports for the MSU, as requested;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

When not deployed:

  • Provide, via telephone, online engagements, and written materials, technical expertise and advice on gender, Women, Peace & Security, and inclusion to the mediation teams in the field, the parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Research and coordinate lessons learned reviews of best practices in the area of expertise;
  • Research thematic and comparative briefings to support ongoing or planned mediation efforts;
  • Produce operational guidance notes and related training materials in the area of expertise;
  • Prepare and plan training sessions on area of expertise for United Nations staff;
  • Prepare reports on field deployments;
  • Build, manage, and contribute to MSU’s network of experts in the area of expertise;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

6. Adviser on Climate Change and Natural Resources

When deployed:

  • Provide technical expertise and advice to clients of the MSU, as well as to conflict parties or other key stakeholders, as appropriate, on: the current and projected effects of climate change on the conflict context and stability, including the impact of current or projected climate stressors on the environment, communities, infrastructure, economies, and governance; conflict sensitive adaptation and mitigation measures; natural resources management and wealth-sharing, and climate sensitive conflict analysis;
  • Provide process expertise for the design, planning and management of pre-negotiation, negotiation and implementation frameworks, including national dialogue processes and post-agreement follow-up mechanisms to address the adverse effects of climate change on conflict or disputes, including over natural resources. This expertise should include methods and mechanisms for promoting women’s meaningful participation at all phases and levels and modalities for multi-track engagement with youth, civil society, private sector and other Track II actors;
  • As necessary and appropriate, participate in the mediation, facilitation and dialogue process on the impacts of climate change, disputes over natural resources, and wealth-sharing, and contribute to the drafting of the relevant sections of peace agreements, taking into consideration relevant gender dimensions, and potential challenges and opportunities related to the integration of climate considerations;
  • As necessary, conceive, plan and manage capacity-building seminars for the mediation team, parties or other key stakeholders on the effects of climate change and climate-related security risks, including relevant adaptation and mitigation measures, natural resource management, and wealth-sharing;
  • Prepare periodic reports and relevant thematic briefings for the United Nations team involved in mediation efforts;
  • Prepare update reports for the MSU as requested;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

When not deployed:

  • Provide, via telephone, online engagements, and written materials, technical expertise and advice on current and projected effects of climate change on conflict dynamics, natural resources and wealth-sharing to mediation teams in the field, as well as to the parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Research and coordinate lessons learned reviews of best practices in the area of expertise;
  • Research thematic and comparative briefings to support ongoing or planned mediation efforts;
  • Produce operational guidance notes and related training materials in the area of expertise;
  • Prepare and plan training sessions on area of expertise for United Nations staff;
  • Prepare reports on field deployments;
  • Contribute to MSU’s network of experts in the area of expertise;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

7. Adviser on Transitional Justice and Reconciliation

When deployed:

  • Provide technical expertise and advice on issues of transitional justice, accountability for past crimes, and reconciliation to clients of the MSU, as well as to conflict parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Provide process expertise for the design, planning and management of pre-negotiation, negotiation and implementation frameworks, including national dialogue processes and post-agreement follow-up mechanisms. This should include advice on how to promote accountability and victims’ rights, and/or on context-specific approaches for a society to move towards reconciliation, with a focus on the strategy, design and participation modalities of peace talks in relation to these issues. It should take into account methods and mechanisms for promoting women’s meaningful participation at all phases and levels, and modalities for multi-track engagement with youth, civil society, victims and Track II actors;
  • As necessary and appropriate, participate in the mediation talks on issues of transitional justice and reconciliation, and contribute to the drafting of the relevant sections of peace agreements, including from a gender perspective;
  • As necessary, conceive, plan and manage capacity-building seminars for the mediation team, parties or other key stakeholders on transitional justice and reconciliation issues;
  • Prepare periodic reports and relevant thematic briefings for the United Nations team involved in mediation efforts;
  • Prepare update reports for the MSU, as requested;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

When not deployed:

  • Provide, via telephone, online engagements and written materials, technical expertise and advice in this domain, to mediation teams in the field, as well as to the parties or other key stakeholders as appropriate;
  • Research and coordinate lessons learned reviews of best practices in this domain;
  • Research thematic and comparative briefings to support ongoing or planned mediation efforts;
  • Produce operational guidance notes and related training materials;
  • Prepare and plan training sessions on area of expertise for United Nations staff;
  • Prepare reports on field deployments;
  • Contribute to MSU’s network of experts in the area of expertise;
  • Ensure that all activities and written products are gender mainstreamed;
  • Any other tasks requested by the MSU.

Responsabilités fonctionnelles

Les experts sélectionnés travailleront dans un ou plusieurs des domaines suivants :

  1. Conduite et conception de processus de médiation, de facilitation et de dialogue ;
  2. Dispositifs de sécurité (notamment cessez-le-feu) ;
  3. Questions constitutionnelles ;
  4. Partage du pouvoir ;
  5. Genre et inclusivité ;
  6. Changement climatique et ressources naturelles ;
  7. Justice transitionnelle et réconciliation.

1. Spécialiste de la conception et de la conduite des processus de médiation, de facilitation et de dialogue

Lorsqu’il est en déplacement, le conseiller sera chargé de:

  • Donner des avis d’expert et des conseils techniques sur la conduite et la conception des processus de médiation inclusifs, de facilitation et de dialogue aux clients de MSU et, au besoin, aux parties au conflit et aux autres intervenants clés ;
  • Apporter une expertise pratique en matière de processus, de conception, d’organisation et de gestion des plans de pré-négociation, de négociation et de mise en œuvre des accords, à tous les niveaux, dans le cadre de dialogues nationaux, d’efforts de médiation aux niveaux local et sous-national, et avec mécanismes de concertation et de suivi. Ces avis devraient notamment tenir compte des méthodes et mécanismes de promotion de la participation significative des femmes à toutes les phases et à tous les niveaux et les modalités d’un engagement multipiste avec des jeunes, la société civile, et d’acteurs non officiels;
  • Participer, au besoin, aux activités de médiation, de facilitation et de dialogue, et contribuer à la rédaction de certaines parties pertinentes des accords de paix;
  • Selon que de besoin, concevoir, organiser et gérer des séminaires de de renforcement des capacités sur la médiation, la facilitation et le dialogue inclusifs et à plusieurs niveaux, à l’intention notamment de l’équipe de médiation, des parties en présence et d’autres intervenants clés ;
  • Établir des rapports périodiques et des exposés thématiques pertinents à l’intention de l’équipe des Nations Unies participant à la médiation;
  • Établir des rapports actualisés pour l’Unité d’appui à la médiation, à sa demande;
  • Veiller à ce que toutes les activités et les produits écrits intègrent une perspective de genre;
  • Accomplir toute autre tâche que lui confiera l’Unité d’appui à la médiation.

Lorsqu’il n’est pas en déplacement, le spécialiste sera chargé de:

  • Fournir par téléphone, en ligne et par écrit aux équipes de médiation travaillant sur le terrain et, selon les besoins, aux parties et aux autres intervenants clés des avis et des conseils techniques sur la médiation inclusive, la facilitation et le dialogue;
  • Documenter et coordonner les résultats des examens des enseignements tirés de l’expérience dans son domaine de compétence;
  • Préparer des exposés thématiques ou comparatifs à l’appui d’activités de médiation en cours ou prévues;
  • Élaborer des notes d’orientation opérationnelles et des supports de formation dans le domaine de compétence;
  • Préparer et organiser à l’intention du personnel de l’ONU des stages de formation relatifs au domaine de compétence;
  • Établir des rapports de mission;
  • Contribuer au réseau d’experts assistant l’Unité d’appui à la médiation dans son domaine de compétence et y participer;
  • Veiller à ce que toutes les activités et les produits écrits intègrent une perspective de genre;
  • Accomplir toute autre tâche que lui confiera l’Unité d’appui à la médiation.

2. Spécialiste des dispositifs de sécurité

Lorsqu’il est en déplacement, le conseiller sera chargé de:

  • Donner des avis d’expert et des conseils techniques aux clients de MSU et, au besoin, aux parties au conflit et aux autres acteurs clés, particulièrement au sujet des dispositifs de sécurité fondés sur l’inclusion, notamment en ce qui concerne les cessez-le-feu, mais aussi le désarmement, la démobilisation, la réintégration et la réforme du secteur de la sécurité;
  • Apporter une expertise pratique en matière de processus, de conception, d’organisation et de gestion des plans de pré-négociation, de négociation et de mise en œuvre des accords, y compris en ce qui concerne les mécanismes de concertation au niveau du pays et de suivi post-accord, notamment en ce qui concerne les dispositifs de sécurité. Ces avis devraient notamment tenir compte des méthodes et mécanismes de promotion de la participation significative des femmes à toutes les phases et à tous les niveaux et les modalités d’un engagement multipiste avec des jeunes, la société civile et d’autres acteurs non officiels;
  • Participer au besoin aux discussions sur les dispositifs de sécurité dans le cadre du processus de médiation, y compris celles relatives à la violence sexuelle dans les poursuites criminelles, les commissions de vérité et les programmes de réparation liée aux conflits, et contribuer à la rédaction des parties pertinentes des accords de paix;
  • Selon que de besoin, concevoir, organiser et gérer des séminaires de renforcement des capacités formation sur les dispositifs de sécurité, à l’intention notamment de l’équipe de médiation, des parties en présence et d’autres intervenants clés en matière de dispositifs de sécurité ;
  • Établir des rapport périodiques et des exposés thématiques pertinents à l’intention de l’équipe des Nations Unies participant à la médiation;
  • Établir des rapports actualisés pour l’Unité d’appui à la médiation, à sa demande;
  • Veiller à ce que toutes les activités et les produits écrits intègrent une perspective de genre;
  • Accomplir toute autre tâche que lui confiera l’Unité d’appui à la médiation.

Lorsqu’il n’est pas en déplacement, le spécialiste sera chargé de:

  • Fournir, par téléphone, en ligne et par écrit, aux équipes de médiation travaillant sur le terrain et, selon les besoins, aux parties et aux autres intervenants clés, des avis qualifiés et des conseils techniques sur les dispositifs de sécurité fondés sur l’inclusion ;
  • Documenter et coordonner les résultats des examens des enseignements tirés de l’expérience dans le domaine des dispositifs de sécurité;
  • Préparer des exposés thématiques ou comparatifs à l’appui d’activités de médiation en cours ou prévues;
  • Élaborer des notes d’orientation opérationnelles et des supports de formation dans le domaine de compétence;
  • Préparer et organiser à l’intention du personnel de l’ONU des stages de formation relatifs au domaine de compétence;
  • Établir des rapports de mission;
  • Contribuer au réseau d’experts assistant l’Unité d’appui à la médiation dans son domaine de compétence et y participer;
  • Veiller à ce que toutes les activités et les produits écrits intègrent une perspective de genre;
  • Accomplir toute autre tâche que lui confiera l’Unité d’appui à la médiation.

3. Spécialiste des questions constitutionnelles

Lorsqu’il est en déplacement, le conseiller sera chargé de:

  • Fournir des avis et des conseils techniques sur les processus d’élaboration et de rédaction de la constitution fondés sur l’inclusion ainsi que de consultation aux clients de MSU, aux parties concernées ou à d’autres intervenants clés, selon les besoins;
  • Apporter une expertise pratique en matière de processus, de conception, d’organisation et de gestion des plans de pré-négociation, de négociation et de mise en œuvre des accords, y compris en ce qui concerne les mécanismes de concertation au niveau du pays et de suivi post-accord, notamment en ce qui concerne les questions constitutionnelles. Ces avis devraient notamment tenir compte des méthodes et mécanismes de promotion de la participation significative des femmes à toutes les